Wednesday, June 15, 2011
The Organized Church in America Is In Trouble
Again in 2010, the Southern Baptist Convention baptized fewer people in 2010 than any time since the 1950s. The nation's largest Protestant denomination also saw declines in overall membership and attendance.
Emory University's Baptist Studies Director David W. Key Sr., who is a Southern Baptist, said the decline reflects the fact that the membership of many Southern Baptist churches is aging.
The only growing denominations in America are Pentecostal, and that is minimal.
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